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Top Blues – April 2012

Published April 3, 2012 in News, Top Blues

This month’s recommended listening by Blues Doctor Julie Hill, Producer & Host of Blue Remedy, Wednesdays 8 to 10 pm et, on Radio Regent, Toronto, at

Peter Karp & Sue Foley / Beyond the Crossroads / Blind Pig/Stony Plain *
Janiva Magness / Stronger For It / Alligator
Shakura S’Aida / Time / Electro-Fi *
Eric Bibb / Deeper In The Well / Blind Pig/Stony Plain
Geoff Arsenault / Voodoo Baby Rattle / Funking Funeral Line *
Joe Louis Walker / Hellfire / Alligator
JW Jones / Seventh Hour / Solid Blues *
Pinetop Perkins / Heaven / Blind Pig/Stony Plain
Mike Stevens & Matt Andersen / Push Record: The Banff Sessions / Borealis *
The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer / Checkered Past / Cat Ham *
Billy Boy Arnold / Sings Big Bill Broonzy / Electro-Fi
Enrico Crivellaro / Freewheelin’ / Electro-Fi *
Eric Lambier / Better Day / *
Mary Bridget Davies / Wanna Feel Somethin’ /
Al Lerman / Crowe River Blues / *
Contino / Back Porch Dogma / Blind Pig/Stony Plain
Kelly Prescott / I Leave You Dreaming / Rip Roar *
Pristine / Detoxing / Blues News
Microwave Dave & the Nukes / Last Time I Saw You /
Big James and the Chicago Playboys / The Big Payback / Blind Pig/Stony Plain
The Steel Wheels / Lay Down Lay Low /
Hadden Sayers / Hard Dollar / Blue Corn
The Sean Chambers Band / Live From The Long Island Blues Warehouse / Blue Heart
Levee Town / Pages of Paperwork / LT

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